Gloria, What is the Sziget festival?. Sounds like a pretty cool sort of a thing. If there are Maori folk there, it seems like a real International sort of a thing. I hope at least there was a kapa-haka (song and dance) from the group at the festival. For those of you that don't know about Maori culture, it is full of songs and dances, kapa-haka is a really serious thing here in NZ, amongst the Maori folk, I was involved in it for years from the time that I turned 5 until I was 18. I loved it. The Maori's are a warrior race and are rich in war dances. Any of the race that picks up the dances or songs, has more Mana (respect) than those that don't.
mh... aftermath of a bad hail storm. A Lada in the background. Could be the outskirts of any Hungarian city, if not Czech, Slovakian,... Houses in the former Autro-Hungarian Empire look pretty much the same all across, in spite of cold war and communist regime.
Yup. It's just a bit weird, we just had the celebration of the state-foundation (ad. 1000, 20th Aug) and the fireworks were almost washed away, like last year. As a luck, the rainstorm was over by 8.30pm, so we could have fireworks at 9pm. http://index.hu/gal/?dir=0708/belfold/tuzijatek/
The world is full of beauty if the heart is full of love
Back in 1992 when I was in Aussie, I met a guy there from Hungary, he was a bloody good Bass Player, we jammed together after work, we lived in the same block. We called him Herve, I've never seen him since. I never knew what his real name was. He had to return to Hungary because his mother was ill, I miss him to this day. I've never connected with a Bass player on that level (as a drummer) before and probably never will either again.